Matric System

Matric curriculum system is more common and widely chosen by students. It comprises of a two-year study program: class IX and X; commonly called S.S.C examination Part I (IX) and Part –II (X). Matriculation (usually shortened to "matric") is a term that refers to the final examinations of 9th and 10th grades. It results in the issuance of SSC (Secondary School Certificate) or TSC (Technical School Certificate). After the SSC (or TSC) students may proceed for 11th year of education at College.

Final examination conducted by B.S.E (Board of Secondary Education), separately for S.S.C-I and S.S.C-II.

S.S.C examination is based on Science group having 3 compulsory and 2 are optional:
S.S.C-I: English, Pak.Studies, Sindhi, Chemistry, Computer/Biology
S.S.C-II: English, Urdu, Islamiat, Physics, Maths
Practical Examination: Some of the papers offered by B.S.E have 2 parts: Theory and Practical; separately given to get a Matric Passed certificate.
Subjects involved in the practicals conducted include: Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Computer

Curriculum followed at Matric System is according to the Board of Secondary Education.

Senior School

At Profectus International, students are encouraged to study a wide range of subjects at O level. Students take these exams through the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) administered by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate. O Levels are a standard UK qualification, usually taken at the age of 16, available in a wide range of subjects. Most students take between seven and 10 O level subjects and study for two to three years.

O' Levels

O-Level's at Profectus International School is a three year program. With the rich blend of faculty and affordable fee structure the school stands out of the conventional class.